F L O W ! Opening Day

June 11, 2022 | 11:00am TO 2:00pm
2022-06-11 11:00:00 2022-06-11 14:00:00 F L O W ! Opening Day <p>Celebrate the opening of <em>F L O W ! </em>with art, food, and fun for the whole family.&nbsp;</p> America/Los_Angeles public

Join us on June 11th to celebrate the opening of F L O W !  Reserve your timed entry tickets to experience the first installation in our series of three interconnected art experiences throughout the summer. Each installation explores a unique scientific principle essential to our day-to-day lives but that we often don’t think about — Fluids, Light, and Optics. 

Throughout the afternoon, we will be kicking off the summer break with a sidewalk celebration, including an ice cream truck, live twisting by balloon artist Addi Somekh and a live synth performance by David Scott Stone! Stop by our new neighbors Bagel + Slice for a delicious lunch.

F L O W ! is an invitation to discover the magical nature of the physical environment around us. Geared towards youth ages 5-12, but captivating for all ages, the installations offer an encounter with fundamental principles of physics through interactive art experiences, inspiring a sense of wonder and curiosity along the way. A series of free, interactive workshops accompany each installation cycle.  

Reserve FREE timed-entry tickets for a group of up to 8 people. Children must be supervised by an adult at all times. 

Programming made possible by generous support from the Mellon Foundation and the Pasadena Art Alliance. 

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About the artist

Artist Mary Fagot, close up to the camera wearing large white sunglasses with her mouth open
Mary Fagot

Mary Fagot is a Los Angeles-based cultural interlocutor and creative director who has collaborated on innovative programs, events, campaigns, installations and interactives for over 20 years. Her creative practices span her work with museums, foundations, bands and brands. Her past performance and installation work at Machine Project (Panopticonathon Streetview, 2017) and concept creation for the  OK Go Sandbox educational platform reflect her expansive approach to human learning and interaction, which underpins the immersive and sensory experiences of FLOW.